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In the United States, a motor vehicle accident happens every ten seconds and sadly someone is killed in a car wreck every twelve minutes. An average of 700 children are injured daily in auto collisions. But while a car accident may be “over” in an instant, its consequences may change a life by resulting in serious injury and exacting a heavy and lingering medical, financial, and emotional toll.
DID YOU KNOW?
According to the Associate for Safe International and Road Travel, over 37,000 people die in road crashes each year in the United State alone. On top of that, an additional 2.35 million are injured or disabled.
WHAT TO DO NOW
Scott Pryor Law is experienced to fight the insurance companies for you while you direct your time and effort on your treatment and a full recovery. We always represent victims against at-fault drivers. If you or a member of your family has been seriously injured in an automobile accident as a result of someone’s negligence or fault, it is important to have your case reviewed as early as possible. Only then can you be certain that you have identified all sources of compensation and that your claim will accurately depict the full extent of your loss.
Unfortunately, insurance companies do not have your best interests in mind and may offer you a settlement just hours or days after the accident—much too early for the ramifications of your injuries to be fully known. We will allow you to complete your treatment before submitting a comprehensive, persuasive demand package to the insurance companies involved in the case. We will then negotiate with the insurance adjusters and medical providers to obtain the best possible settlement on your behalf.